41. Tennessee Titans: Harold Landry, EDGE, Boston College
After a sensational 2016 campaign that saw Landry rack up 16.5 sacks, injuries slowed down the outside linebacker. In 2017, Landry only played in eight games and notched five sacks. Still, when healthy, Landry might be the second-best EDGE rusher in the draft next to Bradley Chubb.
42. Miami Dolphins: Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State
Perhaps the best tight end in the class, Gesicki comes out of Happy Valley as an immediate starter. The Dolphins need to add more weapons with the trade of Jarvis Landry, and Gesicki provides that. Only knock on him is the inability to block.
43. Detroit Lions: Kerryon Johnson, RB, Auburn
Johnson ran for over 1,300 yards last year at Auburn, leading the SEC. He’s a big back at 212 pounds and should help Matthew Stafford with some of the offensive burden, although one wonders what Derrius Guice did to deserve this.
44. San Francisco 49ers: Dante Pettis, WR, Washington
Pettis is a big stunner here. The 49ers needed to get some help on the outside, adding to a room with Pierre Garcon and Marquise Goodwin. Still, this is a major reach for a team that needs to fill a bevy of holes.